The Indian Wildlife Tours include various journeys that help you explore national parks and sanctuaries that safeguard the country’s wildlife heritage. Although these expeditions are exciting, they are incomplete without spotting the national animal of India. One of the coveted destinations where you can spot tigers is the Ranthambore National Park, which is home to these beautiful beasts and other vivacious birds. The topographical setting and favourable climatic conditions make it easy for these animals to set base in their chosen habitats. We take you on a journey to visit them right at their homes.
This tour offers an opportunity to follow nature’s trail by blurring state boundaries. Discover the wildlife along cultural capitals like Jaipur, Agra, Nagpur and Delhi and go deeper in the forest cover in Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh and Kanha. Delhi - Jaipur - Ranthambore - Agra - Bandhavgarh - Kanha - Nagpur - Delhi
Known for its beautiful scenery and green pastures, South India is truly the pride of our country. Destinations such as Ooty and Munnar need no introduction and a visit to these exotic locations is nothing short of a wonderful voyage. Discover the land of endless greenery and horizons during your chase for wilderness.
Starting from Delhi, this journey lets you understand the history of the famous monuments that overlap with Nature. From the east you visit destinations such as Varanasi, Khajurao, Bandhavgarh and so on. Brushing past the city life, these voyages take you to some of the most beautiful wildlife parks, complemented with exciting game rides.
This diverse and exhilarating journey takes you to the world-famous monuments of the country. From Jantar Mantar in Delhi to Agra’s pride, Taj Mahal, this tour takes you to India’s numerous architectural wonders. Embark on a wildlife voyage to Kanha National Park and Bandhavgarh, and explore these destinations with special jungle safaris.
Your visit to the country’s wildlife parks is certainly incomplete without spotting the king of the jungle. Explore all the famous tiger reserves and their interesting topographies with ‘Sher Darshan’ or a ‘Tiger Show’. And don’t miss out on the chance to witness the Royal Bengal tiger up close from an elephant’s back.